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Date: Wed, 17 Feb 1999 11:43:31 -0500
From: Se June Hing, sjhong@us.ibm.com
Subject: Special Issue on Data Mining: IEEE Intelligence

IEEE Intelligent Systems magazine is planning to have a special
issue on data mining in late 1999, in conjunction with a special
track on data mining of IEEE Concurrency magazine to appear
concurrently.

Extracting and abstracting useful information from massive data
is becoming increasingly important in many commercial and
scientific domains. The process of data mining includes
generating predictive models, clustering or segmenting database
events into coherent groups, finding patterns, anomalities and
trends, and other abstractions. The special issue will feature
papers on data mining techniques with emphasis on practical
usefulness, scalability, and capability to handle noisy data.

Intelligent Systems will focus on machine learning applications
while IEEE Concurrency will focus on systems issues. Intelligent
Systems solicits papers on real applications based on data
mining techniques: Bayesian Nets, Neural Nets, trees/rules,
probablistic modelling, text mining, association rules, ILP,
clustering and others. The domain of application can be scientific,
business, or industry. Submitted papers will be coordinated
with IEEE Concurrency and may be referred to each other as
appropriate.

Dates to remember
08/23/99     Final copies due to the Publication office
06/23/99     Notification of acceptance
03/23/99     Paper submission deadline

All authors should consider the general nature of IEEE Intelligent
Systems' readership.

Manuscripts should not have been previously published and must not
be submitted for publicaiton elswewhere. Manuscripts for regular
articles should not be more than 6,000 words; manuscripts for
short essays and opinions should not exceed 2,500 words. Figures
and tables count for 300 words, and each article must contain no
more than 12 references.

Access http://computer.org/Intelligent/ for more details about the
submission process and complete author guidelines. We encourage
electronic submissions. Send submissions to our Magazine Assistant,

Molly Davis
IEEE Intelligent Systems
Computer Society
10662 Los Vaqueros Circle
Los Alamitos, Calif 90720
mdavis@computer.org

Please indicate clearly that the submission is for IEEE Intelligent
Systems' Special Issue on Data Mining.

Guest Editors:
David Waltz, NEC Research, waltz@research.nj.nec.com
Se June Hong, IBM Research, sjhong@us.ibm.com

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